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The All-Girl Filling Station's Last Reunion - "Lenore's Legacy -- Point Clear, Alabama" through "Eplilogue" (Pages 327 through 347) Summary & Analysis

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In “Lenore’s Legacy – Point Clear, Alabama,” Sookie went to Lenore’s home to start cleaning it and removing her mother’s things. She took the silver out and polished it. She called Dee Dee later and asked if she wanted Lenore’s silver. She did not want it because she’d never use it. She also knew it was important to keep in the family and she’d want to sell it. She could not give it to the twins because they would have to split the set and Sookie promised to never do that. Dee Dee agreed that giving it to Buck and his wife, Bunny, was a good idea. Bunny was happy to have it. Bunny promised to never break up the set.

One morning Sookie saw a blue and silver dragonfly...

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